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Gold Card Dining Club

Gold Card Dining Club

(508) 778-6300

Gold Card Dining Club

70 Main St
Hyannis, MA 02601-3110
BBB File Opened: 12/31/1991
Business Incorporated: 01/01/1990 in MA
Business Management
  • Mr. Frank Conte, Manager
Business Category
  • Clubs and Organizations
Number of Employees: 


Gold Card Dining Club is a book of restaurant discount offers, all of the two-for--one variety. When a consumer purchases a membership to the club, they receive an ad book containing a two page layout for each restaurant. The Cape Cod Edition contains 45 restaurants as well as special discount coupons for movies, car washes and all the major fast food chains. This edition of the coupon book has 116 pages. The Portland Edition has 25 participating restaurants, and a total of 56 pages. There are no weekend or seasonal restrictions on the coupons. The business was established in Massachusetts in 1990. Mr. Frank Conte is the Manager of the business, and any questions or problems should be directed to his attention. A branch office is located at: 30 Milk Street, Portland, ME 04101. Mail sent to this company on 04/30/96 was returned by the post office stating undeliverable as addressed.

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Gold Card Dining Club

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